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    Hand Clutch and Hand Brake on Springer cable routing

    Does anyone have a hand clutch and hand brake on a springer?
    I'm looking for pics of cable routing.
    I'm thinking of running the brake cable between the headlight mount (later style w/horn mount) and springs since it now has to cross sides.
    I may have to tie the cable housing to the H/L mount to keep the housing out of the springs, but it might work OK and look good too.
    Ralph

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    Re: Hand Clutch and Hand Brake on Springer cable routing

    Why not run the brake cable as the MoCo did.Simply move it to the right side. The clutch cable isn't routed through anything. Just attached to the fork to keep it from getting caught on something.
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    Re: Hand Clutch and Hand Brake on Springer cable routing

    Thanks, that's pretty much what I did. Except I ran it in front of the springs to keep the loop lower. It was sticking up above the headlight when I got the bike.

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